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United Reformed Church and Adjoining Hall to North, Bishop's Hull

Description: United Reformed Church and Adjoining Hall to North

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 February 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 270523

OS Grid Reference: ST2031924611
OS Grid Coordinates: 320319, 124611
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0153, -3.1373

Location: Bishop's Hull Road, Bishops Hull, Somerset TA1 5EW

Locality: Bishop's Hull
Local Authority: Taunton Deane Borough Council
County: Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: TA1 5EW

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Listing Text


13/14 United Reformed Church and
adjoining Hall to North
(formerly listed as
Congregational Chapel)


Congregational chapel and schoolroom, now United Reform Church and hall. Late Cl8, reroofed 1874, gallery added 1883 and hall enlarged. Gable end onto road, flanked by single storey porches North and South, adjoining schoolroom set
back at South West corner. Rendered over rubble, slate roof, gable end onto road,coped verges, string course forming pediment cut by apex of East window, quoins, rusticated base with upper course swept up to base of East window, 4-light
ogee headed with trefoil cusping and rusticated surround, 2 bay returns, entrance through flat- roofed, single storey porches with panelled double doors and sidelights; South porch possibly earlier with ogee headed side- light while
North has pointed arch. 2 storey, 5 bay hall adjoining with C20 fenestration. Interior: late C19 fittings, cast iron columns carry East end gallery with wrought iron hand rail and wooden panels. Collection of late C18 and early C19
wooden tablets painted black and white to resemble marble and slate, the material of which the mid - late C19 tablets are composed. The body of the church may date from as early as 1718. (SANHS Proceedings, Vol 58, 1912; Photograph in

Listing NGR: ST2031924611

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Source: English Heritage

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